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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Writer | March 26, 1994
MIAMI -- They should have seen it coming. The third-ranked Huskies of Connecticut should have known that they were next on the list, even as Big East Player of the Year Donyell Marshall stepped to the free-throw line with two chances to push them ahead in the upset-riddled NCAA East Regional.Marshall led the Big East in scoring with 25.4 points per game. He is a 76 percent free-throw shooter. He needed only to make one of two at the line to put UConn ahead with three seconds left in regulation.
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By DAVID STEELE | May 23, 2007
This guy wearing No. 23 for the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night - where did they get him from? And why did they get rid of the guy who wore that jersey in last year's playoffs? To watch LeBron James not even think about taking that shot in the final seconds of Game 1 of the Eastern finals against the Detroit Pistons on Monday night - to make his move down the lane, drive past Tayshaun Prince, have at least a full step on any and every other Pistons defender, get right under the basket, and then kick it 25 feet to the corner so Donyell Marshall can try a game-winning three - is to wonder if the LeBron from the 2006 first-round series against the Washington Wizards and the second-round series against these same Pistons had been kidnapped.
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December 3, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to terms with P David Weathers on two-year contract.Royals: Named Brent Strom pitching coach.BasketballSpurs: Placed F Samaki Walker (ankle) on injured list. Activated C Felton Spencer.Warriors: Placed F Donyell Marshall (knee) on injured list.CollegesCentral Michigan: Named Mike DeBord football coach.Northern Illinois: Agreed to terms with Joe Novak, football coach, on five-year contract extension.FootballNFL: Fined Packers DL Billy Lyon $7,500 for a late hit on 49ers QB Steve Stenstrom.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
WASHINGTON -- Many things have to happen, most of them improbable, for the Washington Wizards to make the playoffs, but it might actually be possible to use that word and the team's name in the same sentence without laughing. On the strength of another brilliant performance from point guard Gilbert Arenas and whopping advantages in free throws and rebounding, the Wizards beat the Toronto Raptors, 84-70, last night at MCI Center. The Wizards (20-39) are only 4 1/2 games out of the eighth and final Eastern Conference playoff spot.
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By DAVID STEELE | May 23, 2007
This guy wearing No. 23 for the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday night - where did they get him from? And why did they get rid of the guy who wore that jersey in last year's playoffs? To watch LeBron James not even think about taking that shot in the final seconds of Game 1 of the Eastern finals against the Detroit Pistons on Monday night - to make his move down the lane, drive past Tayshaun Prince, have at least a full step on any and every other Pistons defender, get right under the basket, and then kick it 25 feet to the corner so Donyell Marshall can try a game-winning three - is to wonder if the LeBron from the 2006 first-round series against the Washington Wizards and the second-round series against these same Pistons had been kidnapped.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | April 10, 1991
Maryland's basketball recruiting hopes for next season were dealt a severe blow when Donyell Marshall, a highly touted All-America forward from Reading, Pa., announced he would sign a national letter of intent to play at Connecticut.Tim Tolokan, sports information director at Connecticut, said he could not comment on Marshall, since the school had not received a letter of intent from him today, the first day of the spring signing period.But reports in Connecticut and in Marshall's hometown have all indicated that he has decided to enroll there, rather than at Maryland.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | March 22, 1995
The Maryland Terrapins should be thrilled that they're playing Connecticut in the West Regional semifinals tomorrow night.No, not because the Huskies will be an easy mark -- they won't be, not in the least.But the fact that the Huskies are in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament, within two wins of a Final Four berth, is an encouraging development for the Terps. Don't get it? Here's the deal:A year ago, the Huskies were in precisely the same position the Terps are in now, fielding a Top 10 team led by a first-team All-America big man. Then that big man, Donyell Marshall, left school early for the NBA, leaving a huge hole in the Huskies' lineup.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
WASHINGTON -- Many things have to happen, most of them improbable, for the Washington Wizards to make the playoffs, but it might actually be possible to use that word and the team's name in the same sentence without laughing. On the strength of another brilliant performance from point guard Gilbert Arenas and whopping advantages in free throws and rebounding, the Wizards beat the Toronto Raptors, 84-70, last night at MCI Center. The Wizards (20-39) are only 4 1/2 games out of the eighth and final Eastern Conference playoff spot.
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April 10, 1998
BaseballMajor League Baseball: Named Rick Oliver assistant director of the major-league scouting bureau.Blue Jays: Announced that they will recall P Carlos Almanzar from Triple-A Syracuse today.Braves: Placed IF Rafael Belliard on 15-day disabled list. Recalled IF Ray Holbert from Triple-A Richmond.Cardinals: Activated P Jeff Brantley. Designated IF David Bell for assignment.Devil Rays: Placed OF Mike Kelly (groin strain) on 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 1. Purchased contract of former Orioles OF Jerome Walton from Triple-A Durham.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | March 20, 1994
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- George Washington coach Mike Jarvis jokingly referred to the sub-regional at the Nassau Coliseum yesterday as the "Connecticut Invitational."The second-seeded Huskies may not agree, but they and third-seeded Florida advanced to the Eastern Regional semifinals at Miami with predictable victories.Florida eliminated everybody's favorite underdog, Penn, 70-58, after Connecticut pulled away from the Colonials to win, 75-63, in the opener.But the Huskies will have to move to not-so-neutral turf to take on Florida.
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December 3, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to terms with P David Weathers on two-year contract.Royals: Named Brent Strom pitching coach.BasketballSpurs: Placed F Samaki Walker (ankle) on injured list. Activated C Felton Spencer.Warriors: Placed F Donyell Marshall (knee) on injured list.CollegesCentral Michigan: Named Mike DeBord football coach.Northern Illinois: Agreed to terms with Joe Novak, football coach, on five-year contract extension.FootballNFL: Fined Packers DL Billy Lyon $7,500 for a late hit on 49ers QB Steve Stenstrom.
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April 10, 1998
BaseballMajor League Baseball: Named Rick Oliver assistant director of the major-league scouting bureau.Blue Jays: Announced that they will recall P Carlos Almanzar from Triple-A Syracuse today.Braves: Placed IF Rafael Belliard on 15-day disabled list. Recalled IF Ray Holbert from Triple-A Richmond.Cardinals: Activated P Jeff Brantley. Designated IF David Bell for assignment.Devil Rays: Placed OF Mike Kelly (groin strain) on 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 1. Purchased contract of former Orioles OF Jerome Walton from Triple-A Durham.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | March 22, 1995
The Maryland Terrapins should be thrilled that they're playing Connecticut in the West Regional semifinals tomorrow night.No, not because the Huskies will be an easy mark -- they won't be, not in the least.But the fact that the Huskies are in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament, within two wins of a Final Four berth, is an encouraging development for the Terps. Don't get it? Here's the deal:A year ago, the Huskies were in precisely the same position the Terps are in now, fielding a Top 10 team led by a first-team All-America big man. Then that big man, Donyell Marshall, left school early for the NBA, leaving a huge hole in the Huskies' lineup.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Sun Staff Writer | March 26, 1994
MIAMI -- They should have seen it coming. The third-ranked Huskies of Connecticut should have known that they were next on the list, even as Big East Player of the Year Donyell Marshall stepped to the free-throw line with two chances to push them ahead in the upset-riddled NCAA East Regional.Marshall led the Big East in scoring with 25.4 points per game. He is a 76 percent free-throw shooter. He needed only to make one of two at the line to put UConn ahead with three seconds left in regulation.
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Writer | March 20, 1994
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- George Washington coach Mike Jarvis jokingly referred to the sub-regional at the Nassau Coliseum yesterday as the "Connecticut Invitational."The second-seeded Huskies may not agree, but they and third-seeded Florida advanced to the Eastern Regional semifinals at Miami with predictable victories.Florida eliminated everybody's favorite underdog, Penn, 70-58, after Connecticut pulled away from the Colonials to win, 75-63, in the opener.But the Huskies will have to move to not-so-neutral turf to take on Florida.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | April 10, 1991
Maryland's basketball recruiting hopes for next season were dealt a severe blow when Donyell Marshall, a highly touted All-America forward from Reading, Pa., announced he would sign a national letter of intent to play at Connecticut.Tim Tolokan, sports information director at Connecticut, said he could not comment on Marshall, since the school had not received a letter of intent from him today, the first day of the spring signing period.But reports in Connecticut and in Marshall's hometown have all indicated that he has decided to enroll there, rather than at Maryland.
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March 25, 1994
Time, site: Approximately 10 tonight, Miami ArenaTV: NoneOutlook: Connecticut, the No. 2 seed, hasn't advanced to a regional final since 1990, when it lost to Duke. Donyell Marshall scored a total of 37 in the Huskies' two NCAA wins. Florida, seeded third, has advanced to the Sweet 16 for the second time in school history. The first appearance was in 1987. The Gators should have a partisan crowd for this game.
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April 14, 2003
Moves Baseball MARLINS: Activated P Justin Wayne from 15-day DL and optioned him to Triple-A Albuquerque. PHILLIES: Placed CF Marlon Byrd on 15-day DL with lacerated left knee. RANGERS: Optioned P Reynaldo Garcia to Triple-A Oklahoma. Purchased contract of P R.A. Dickey from Oklahoma. Basketball BULLS: Placed F Donyell Marshall on injured list with strained shoulder. Activated G Fred Hoiberg. College CCBC-DUNDALK: G Dawud Drew was named to National Junior College Athletic Association Division II All-America first team.
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